Walker County, Alabama Lawson's Relatives

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  • ID: I36897
  • Name: Birdie Alma Aldodie ‘Bert’ WATTS
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 4 JAN 1900 in Walker County, Alabama
  • Death: 18 MAY 1976 in Walker County, Alabama
  • Note:

    Parents were Walter Ellis and Mary Ida Watts.

    Birdie Daniel is enumerated in the 1940 ED 64-10, Precinct 5, Carbon Hill City, Walker County, Alabama Census. Her age is given as 37 years and born in Alabama.

    Birdie Alma Aldodie "Bert" WATTS was the daughter of Mary Ida "Tinsey" Pair and Walter Ellis WATTS.
    Birdie was born with hydrocephalus which caused her to have a rather large head.

    Birdie Alma Aldodie WATTS had 10 children:
    1. JimmieLois DANIELS
    2. Raymond Cecil "Cedie Boy" DANIELS
    3. Helen Ruth DANIELS
    4. James Eull WATTS
    5. Douglas Owen LAWSON
    Twins -
    6. Jack "Jackie" LAWSON (adopted by Mr. JORDAN)
    7. Geraldine LAWSON, died young
    8. Shirley Ann LAWSON
    9. Doris Marie LAWSON
    10. Jerry Allen LAWSON

    Marriage 1 William Olen LAWSON b: 17 APR 1907 in Walker County, Alabama
    • Married:
    1. Has No Children Douglas Owen LAWSON b: 29 FEB 1932 in Carbon Hill, Walker County, Alabama
    2. Has No Children Shirley Ann LAWSON b: 31 JUL 1935 in Walker County, Alabama
    3. Has No Children Living LAWSON
    4. Has Children Jerry Allen LAWSON b: 24 MAY 1941 in Carbon Hill, Walker County, Alabama

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